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Chocolate, chuck wagons and Claus this weekend

By Tuesday Mahrle Featured event: Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-off Experience a rare, up-close look at Western history at this free, family-friendly culinary event. Authentic 1880s chuck wagons from around the Southwest compete to cook up the...
Cider Corps

Former Marine joins brother for Cider Corps

When Sgt. Jason Duren returned from Afghanistan, he faced the long medical retirement process. He had suffered two traumatic brain injuries from multiple IED blasts and was facing the end of his career. To keep...
Veterans Day Discounts

Valley establishments remember veterans this November

By Daisy Finch Veterans Day is a time to honor, remember and celebrate our military heroes—past and present. Among the festivities and celebrations, area restaurants and establishments are dishing out deals for our veterans November...
The Crepe Club

Top Crepe Places in the Valley

By Daisy Finch Craving crepes close by? Set your sights (or navigation) to these five Valley crepe cafes. Each has a unique feel and flavor, but all of them have quality staff, ingredients, presentations and...
corn mazes

Top five corn mazes in Arizona

By Megan Marples Halloween is approaching, but it’s never too late to get lost in corn mazes. Whether the maze is in the shape of an Arizona celebrity or a spooky former cemetery, the attractions...
The Black Theatre Troupe, Seven Guitars

The Black Theatre Troupe completing ‘Pittsburgh Cycle’

20 Years in the Making The Black Theatre Troupe - By Catherine Hathaway The Black Theatre Troupe kicks off performances of Seven Guitars this month, completing a 20-year journey to perform August Wilson’s 10-play Pittsburgh Cycle. Very...
Salt River Fields

Salt River Fields glows this Halloween

By Joe Gilmore Hot air balloons will fill the Scottsdale night sky at Salt River Fields when the Balloon Spooktacular returns to the Spring Training ballpark for the seventh year Friday, October 27, and Saturday,...

Granite Mountain Hotshots immortalized in ‘Only the Brave’

A Story to Tell Connor Dziawura When the Yarnell Hill Fire resulted in the deaths of 19 of the Prescott Fire Department’s Granite Mountain Hotshots in 2013, millions across the country were stunned. The tragedy was...

Top Pumpkin Patches in the Valley

By Megan Marples   When autumn rolls around, Valley farms open their doors for people of all ages to enjoy the season. Pumpkin patches have grown beyond simply selling pumpkins. From hayrides to carnival games, here...

A Taste of Germany: Four Peaks Oktoberfest returns to Tempe Town Lake

By Connor Dziawura Beer, brats, Bavaria. Throw in some good music, quality family time and all-ages fun, and that’s what Oktoberfest is about. Tempe Sister Cities and Four Peaks are reuniting to bring the Four Peaks...

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